There are techniques which we have been using that allow the use of emotion recognition while preserving user privacy (see here: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-031-16290-9_4 )
The UNESCO published a new #openaccess book called "An #edtech tragedy? Educational technologies and school closures in the time of COVID-19" https://www.unesco.org/en/digital-education/ed-tech-tragedy
Almost all ideas revolve around genAI tools like ChatGPT, Midjourney, and DALLE2.
It was an exciting read, but I found no mention of adaptive learning, intelligent tutoring or learning analytics.
If you do research in the field of learning science there is almost certainly one point in which you realise how difficult is to model and describe a learning process. Among the human cognitive processes, learning is definitely one of the most complex and fascinating, as it encompasses several dimensions including as motivation, knowledge, emotional states.
Call For Proposals (https://easychair.org/cfp/LAKHackathon2018)
The Hack@LAK18 is a pre-conference workshop of the 8th International Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference (LAK). It is the fourth in the series of Hackathons held at LAK, where we encourage a hands-on approach to combining novel data sources in a realistic infrastructure for the benefit of Learning. The approach is multi-disciplinary, reviewed from all angles, self-organising and team building. Anyone is welcome to participate as long as they are motivated to be politely critical and work towards and expand common objectives.
Please feel free to bring along your research questions, datasets and methodologies to the workshop for incorporation in the multidisciplinary activities. If you would like to suggest open research questions that you think should be addressed at the event, then please see our Call for Proposals which is open until December 18. However, you don’t have to have submitted a proposal in order to participate!
The event itself will take place on March 5-9, 2018 in Sydney, Australia.